Ours was postponed until tonight since we both had stuff going on Tuesday and Wednesday night. It's actually nicer since restaurants won't be crowded or offering those ridiculous prix fixe menus. Who wants to eat an appetizer AND dessert right before heading home for whatever is on the agenda for the rest of Valentine's Evening
Lloyd: When I met Mary, I got that old fashioned romantic feeling, where I'd do anything to bone her. Harry: That's a special feeling.
Originally posted by StingArmyI presented her with a FIVE pound bar ("World's Biggest Hershey's Bar") of chocolate.
Where did you get that at? I haven't seen one of those since the late 80's. Always wanted to buy one of those for my wife.
I've seen them at a 7-11(yes, really) and at CVS, along with giant peanut butter cups.
Valentines Day was easy, I had purchased tickets to Wicked for xmas and it was this past weekend so we just made a date night of it. Had a great time, fun to see.
Used one of my better ideas just a couple weeks ago for her bday when I grabbed the VHS of our wedding that we hadn't seen in a decade, bought some junk to get it copied onto computer, then bought a 10" digital photo frame that also does video and put it in black and white on a loop with the sound muted. Kinda neat to just have it playing constantly. She loved it and wants to put all our other videos of our son on there to loop through.
First Fred Durst, now Dave Navarro. Go Christina! This was probably the least exciting show in quite a few years. Chris Rock looked like he got real tired towards the end, and the production was pretty much third rate.